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ïL E N S M IST. FRID A Y. M A KCH J.
T H E ST HE
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PA G E FO U R
THE ST. HELENS MIST
Issued 1 very 1 ruluy t>y
PI in I8HING COMPANY
a r m nHTON
8. C. M O K I O ..........................
•»latent work er, going at
'system atically , doiug alcout
a mouth. H ere is what he
| " B u r g l a r y doesn't pay.
f l rg( place it is
if one ki apt I ep
reposed bottom up aero»* the ntalei
As for the jockey
can tjuit the horse business now Ilia'
he has J s w n |) s granddaughter
hooked. He should now drive a cur
and consume gasoline
It's a lior-e
on J a w n .— Corvallis Uiisettc lim es
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yi y s l H ''*
died In ball I*1
What king of ,„.^
.1 • iitM blûuü
h o m em a k er s coni err
•ad ih- * * • } * * *
j 1st Kings
appoints »1 to
I GON A Q R IC U L T U R A 1 <
Corvallis. M atch 21) 25
5®*LV, Jeremiah and
E d ito r »ore to have a breakdown.
T h e re
j |8 not money enough in it
• H E IT E R H O M ES FO R OREGON"
pose I have stolen thousands of dol
THE I \\ I N Tolls.
in Lecture, Exhibit. Deniorutrafa-
lars worth of stuff.
T h e late George II Seldon who.
\\ hv cl ill tbn
I haven't made a decent living out
III • llcixil
Manag»u«i«wH, M 4 Millull1 .il. I in ni. 1 .1 »
One Y e a r ..........................................
a f t e r years of labor, developed the * under 40 y/Miw
-.ivlng U n i r l a und J l i o r u i n i l a »
of i t . "
33 a t .
Six M o n th s .......................................... P 21
Too had. Hard, conscientious fol
I U I ) n i l l> NillrMh.il. « ( " t il in g , I l i c i ,
1 Hie ark of the Lord
lower of his " p r o f e s s i o n " he seems
:tid Samuel b. I '
ID I |iMl|h H rlis'lln a, l*n p u n iil. n und M«-r*iiiK
t i ’ OO.OOli in royalties from his inven hid ami * t\*Tf
Eutered as second-class m atter, I to have been, too.
w hen he do
How Old W.IS M o m -
J a n u a ry 10th. 1 9 12. at the Posto ffice
W ell, i h a t 's a n o th e r
1 l u i HING
•M'I. • II. Il, M aking III.
I ni! 1
T h is recalls Teiller. Inventor of manded the rele. se of
IH. I II. lo - for l.»riin«nlu. Mio.ri i ■■■ . ,,, .. ()|a " ’" n i
at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act that must be wiped o ff the list of
of March 3rd. 1 S 79.
lies'.’ Exodus I. - first plague sen'
lU .M M i I M H IH IW II a I,
men s tartin g out to grasp the world with an empty stoiu.u h I i s ecu
Mow long did ir
< . innilini'V l ’Iii)
l.v the tail
l o r d l y the way with inventors
upon the Egyptian»
O O l'X T Y O F F I C I A L P A l ’ E H
l u l l infoi mul •« *•» OH «IH »iibtasl li) w riting l i . , -irurii |**|
T h e big profits are in making and
It doesn't pay.
« ‘o r v u llls , Oragt.ii
'E v i
selling tilings— getting them to the
’ How long did David
public— a much harder Job than lu- Judah alone in Hebron.
Member National E ditorial A ssocia
Till. I.OM.1.1 K V k l W U .
| vi ntlng
tion and Oregon s t a t e Editorial
uol 2. U
did Hod provici
T h e ex-k aiser is reported to be 1
planning to marry again. His choice
j lIKl>.Slovakia the eon
—Kxudua 13. 2o
is said to be the widow of a German ',.alled ltu, Skupshtina W. might call
MAKE l NI SEI) LVMI LsEl ll.. colonel killed during the war. Sue i(Ur own congress something fully i the ou wilderness
the Panaover a P
» hai day w as
T h e re was a gratifyin g attendance was such an intim ate friend of the llad as , ha( bul W(, „ „ „ .
pointed to I m * ke p t!— Exldu» ! . .
and in terest in the stump removal
and land clearing demonstration» charge of the crown je wels on the
seems just a little difficult to
u ow ;
held in Columbia county last month eve of the flight to Holland.
Irish harp tuned to play a
Their thought was nuite appropria''
under the auspices of the tarin bu
T 1 11 i named lier Mar' Ellen
reau. and introducing the method . ble
. . m a r ria . g e says he
. . is lonely, and
favored by the exports o i the Ore- this sounds reasonable,
can't expect people to trust Eor every night for fourteen muni’
gon A gricultural college.
T h e in-
“ » exchange places with
Tin ' harked to M r y j ____________
you distrust them.
I nut merely .i place for people with m >ney to
le re st shown was g r atify in g because him and be alo ne with his thoughts
the clearing of tue cut-over lauds of
f onatdering the tro u b le he made
keep their money but it is also a place tor the
the county is an immediate and im- l° “ ie world. lt '• a monument to
man of moderate means to keep his funds, p««.
All of us realize
stupidity that he tsn t sleep-
that with the rapid cutting of tim ber 'tig 111 a hanged man s grave instead
m., them out only l y check, thereby keeping i„
in the timber area.-, tue denuded
accurate record ot all receipts and expenduuret
lands rem ain as waste and will so ir.g the m a r riag e ab le ladies o f his a c
remain until the clearing process has quaintance.
It is nut always wh.it you earn that k eps ow
been applied. E a c h year sliows the
( i l II i l IT K E I ’OXX E l l .
assessed valuation of the tim ber less
I r but the misappropriation of that which you
than the fo rm er years, for millions
Only 9 .0 0 0 .0 0 0 b arre ls of oil are
of teel ot standing lim b e r is fallen left underg round in America, acco rd
We will save you money on groceries and meats and
each year as the logging operalin s ing to t h e geological survey. T h is j
Just try doing business by check
proceed and in the course ot a c o m will last about IS year», at the pres
furnish you with the best in quality. We handle in
We pay 4 per cent on Savings Deposit»
paratively short time, twenty years, ent rate of consumption.
spected meats and our refrigerating p ant and sani
or possibly a little more, our fo r
B u t auto owners need not worry. !
ests will ue denuded and some indus Almost un limited supplies of oil lie ,
tary market insures the proper handling ot the meat
try must ta k e the place ot logging in western beds of shale rock, and |
which is now the principle industry cheap methods of ex tra c tin g it will I
Buy your meats from us and you will be satisfie
of the county and that in dustry is be devised when it becomes neces- (
farming. The time is here when the sary and profitable.
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both as to Quality and Price.
su b je c t warrants the earnest a t t e n
Gasolin e will soon be a back num-
Member Ksilemt lti"M>rve Hysi.-iu
tion of all citizens ot Culumbia coun her, anyway.
« II\ n «.II til XXI. 1‘mlalrni
II \. < Mill'» «'»»hiw
OUR POLICY :- " F A I R AND SQU ARE”
ty and the other tim ber counties of
A no ther decade or so and auto
the s tate and the dem onstratio ns and airp lan e eng in es will be run by
conducted under tue auspices of the electricity sent by wireless from the
s ta le college and the f arm bureau giant power-plants and steam power 1
become of outstanding industrial stations burning coal at the mouth
I f appears that experi of the mines.
mentation has led to processes that
enable the land to be cleared within T H E T K O l l l l . E W IT H T H E TOWN.
an outlay ju stifie d by tue values tiiut
S om etim es we hear people ask.
are created through the removal of
St. Helens, Oregon
the scumps. The process especially " W h a t 's the m a tte r with the to w n ? "
appeals lo the laud owner lo r tue
cost is largely conuned to utilization their own town, or a s to som e oilier
of his own labor, so a double pur town.
pose is served. T h e dem onstration • T h e answer is that th e re is n o t h
held last month were of a convin c ing the m a t t e r with the town.
ing c h arac ter and no doubt will be th e re is anything the m a tte r, it s i
; patroni *c tfus mai
ot inestimable value to the man w ho with the people who live in th e town,
owns stump land. T h e good work for the town is made up of the peo- ,
.1 Meat that can be bought We giveyo*
begun should be continued.
I f it is a good town, it is because !
i le V. e b i vi •
it is made up of good people. It It is ,
LE T'S GO TO St HOOL.
a dead town, it is because it is made
TI A k Y . h ket m the city. Ami FRI C; S that a:
Frid ay, March 10th has been des up of non-progressive people or of
ignated as Teachers' Day. On that wicked people.
pay alaewhore s'
H l O i l nice modern, Columbia l ity Buiigai uw, 4 m u m ) and
Keep this in mind, and you will
day an invitation is extended to p ar
makes this market possible.
ents and friends of scholars aud more quickly locate the trouble, il
teachers to visit the schools and be there is one.
com e b etter acquainted with the
I ' ARMLRS
It you have gootl bee.' cattle and hop |
««KM > 5 room house and nice co rn e r »oil lot, good view 3
C O N S ID E R T H E E L E P H A N T .
teacher who is responsible for the in
we want tu buy them. Market prices paid.
T h e e lep hant costs the circus a lot
structio n of the child. B o th teach er
and scho lar will appreciate such a of money. Uni the circu s man does
U-HM» Good modern 7 - r on
lots on pai
visit fo r both of them will realize not figure the e lep hant as an e x
slr'-et, close in, on g od t rm
th a t the parent or friend is in terested
He figures the animal and its up
in the school and in the work ot the
Wo have a large showing of all kinds
'uses In s a y lu
school. Our in terest in the work, will keep as an investment, because it is
tion at very attractive prie - if you want acr g
undoubtedly create more in te re st in the best bet the circus has to lure
(T w o Markets)
farm lands see u
we have tin Is it there la
both the teach er and the scholar in folk s into th e big top.
8l Cent! T V.
net* St |
No more doe» the circus man fig-
their work. As a m atte r of fact, we
of St. Hele-». do not visit the scuools ure his advertisin g as an expense. It
as much as we should.
T h e re are is the most vital part of his invest-
Acres on Highway, on creek.
mile from Siappm
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some paren ts who apparently forget ment. for without plenty of publicity
garden soil. 1 Vi acres plowed and ready to plant no
their responsibility a u e r startin g ine the circus would go along where the
buildings, only ü U. immi .
youngster on his way in the morning dodo is. -
for the youngster is then in the
Advertising is a part of operating
30 Acres— 20 acres clear, balance
past il re, all level, rich Is nd,
teach er s care u: til late in the a lt e r - -xpense. for which invested capital
good road, close l
<»n. good buildings, pi n . ru 11 v
noon. T his should not bo the case, must provide in any going business
equipped, no rock .near Warren, only J'i.ooo
but it i» never too la te to turn over — Providence Jo u r n a l.
a new leaf. L et s begin on Fr id a y ,
38 Acres— 30 acre» clear, all bottom land, cr
«W, fruit good
March 1 0 l h and visit our local
buildings, good road, equipped at «i..MMt,
schools and get b etter acquainted
T h o m as
94-y e ar-o d
with our child ren and their instruc
Several good farm s to rent.
Long Island herm it, was found dead
tors i.n their school life, the impor
in his c o tta g e th e other day.
tant period of youtu.
died in rags, although he had 25
good suits of clo thes hanging about
th e walls.
R E M A R K A B L E HENRY EURO
T h e old man probably got great
R o g e r Babson, the em inent eco
im an automobile big enough to huh! tivepeop*
Phones - Office 123 - Residence 38-J and 74 W
satisfaction out of con tem platin g all
nom ist and business adviser, spent
and having a—
those suits and knowing that ha
part of the recent Ch ristm as holiday»
would never want for good clothes
with Henry Fo r d at the la t t e r 's nurne
I f he had read P o o r R ich a rd 's a l
— Powerful valve-in-head motor, one that ases g*»’
He says that one day
manac. by B en F r a n k l i n , he would
during his visit he heard -Air. F o rd
have seen t h i s : " W e a l t h is not his
say to his wife: "D o you rem em b er
iT." ” , T T , , '~"'i1L**
how seventeen years ago we tram p' d
w , h a ! 1 ’ h'!,t bj R t h a t
Ip ; ^ '
a real chassis, well balanced from motor to r**
the s tre e ts of Detroit trying to nn d
fo rg et t h a t money
someone who would credit us for a
0n * a nieans t0 an end-
Il M A f t . . y
axle, and tna«le up of sturdy units
chicken fo r our Chriatmas dinner?'
A L A B O R -H A V ER .
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And then he added, thoughtfully, a l
1 rt l* transmission, of the sliding gear selecti*
most to h is m e lf:
“ And last year I
J a m e s J . B a rry , of Boston, Is inar-
paid the Lnited S 'a te » governm ent k etlng his new invention, a machine
more than seventy-six million dollars 'h a t strips th e skin from fish and re
ln t a x e s ."
i moves all th e bones.
a neat, goo«l looking body, ctjmfortably uphol*
Aladdin's lamp did wonders when
T h e Harry Invention is about the
tub b ed ; but F o rd s little tin m achine
of a washing machine.
has the lamp beaten padly. He slat- dies 2 5 , 0 0 0 pounds of fish a day. and
ed in an interview sin ce Christm as will ta k e the place of twenty-two
ii details of higher priced cars—complete in equV
t h a t he had about J 1 4 0 .0 0 0 . 0 0 U ill workers.
mtiit a real automobile in every way
bank— probably the largest sum of
T h e s e w orkers will he released for
cash that any one individual ever other productive occupations. Each
machine like this saves labor and in
An-1 then think of the price—$675.00 f. o. b. St H«ltW
Far-lighted person, do not hoid cath mi| ch
I t used to be said that no man the long run raises the standard ol
could honestly m ake a millian dol living by perm itting an ev erdnereas-
umtl they accumulate a large depos,,. but j
lars, but no thoughtful man would ir:g variety of com modities for ge n
Chevrolet "Four-N inety” at the new price, is without
say this now. An inventive or crea eral use.
a doubt, the world’s most wonderful
tive genius can cre ate many things,
LAND S E T T L E R S ( O M IN G .
fo r it is brains that count.
motor car value.
Mr. l o r d states that his business
Heal e state men who specialize In
Cash kept in the office, store or house .s often a
could now be capitalized and s o l j farm lands s » y th e re has been muen i
f o r a billion dollars
I f that is true, Inquiry d uring recent m onths and '
temptation t o trusted employees or robbers. B„ J
he i * our first billionaire and the that the spring will see Ir.r?e num
conditions change so rapidly that it
rich est man that ever lived. And yet hers of prospective settle rs here from
he has atoleu nothing from anybody. the E ast and Middle West.
times happens a delay of but a few ,1a-
It he lias created a billion for him
•s in deposit-
T h is Inquiry is presum ably the
self, he has created many more bil norm al result of personal »ollriation
ing a check make» it of no value.
lions fo r persons living in every by com panies, corresp on den ce of new
THE* * .
country of the world.
T h e tenant
•■tilers with form er neighliors, e n d ;
f a rm e r today rides with a swiftness the general renown o f Oregon.
Safety lor So,h nay,. "Open an accoun, w„h Ihe
and c om fo rt f , a r exceeding
- — ........«
It sugg ests what a concerted cam
Columbia County Bank, and deposit often.”
that king» and emperor» a iu ld com- paign of sectinal ad vertisin g In mag
rnand fitty years ago.
azines and newspapers circ u la tin g In
'h e E a st and Middle W e st will do.
S H E R M A N M. M I L E S , P r c K t e n ,
I T DOEttN’T P A Y .
A H O U SE ON J A W V
At last one gets first hand and
J- e . H t i m i M w i v
T h a t 16-year-old McC orm ick h e ir
a u th e n tic in form ation about tondi-
ess has had her own way and will j
Everywhere You Look You See a C h e v r o l e t "
tions in the b urglar trade.
a lw a y s has been a Ju s tifia b le m r ' m arry a man 47 years her senior, and i
a jo c k e y
T h e tro u b le with her
o s ity ab o u t it.
One wondered if ii
probably is that she has had her own
I t appears it doesn’t.
w ay all her life.
H er Another spent j
A young man
her tim e ab ro ad studying psveho-an-
y e a r s lias K'vei. the “ g a m e " a ,n «r- i a l y „ »
R T ta L *
H t has been a con- ta k in g a slipper to Mathllde as she
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